Join SuperVegan in Fort Greene, Brooklyn for our Election Night Party as we keep a watchful eye on the results while downing discounted drink specials like Vegan White Russians, Chocolate Hawaiians, and Joe The Plumber Cocktails and munching on yummy vegan grub at Red Bamboo Brooklyn on Tue, November 4th from 8pm on.
If you are on Facebook, RSVP here.
To accommodate more peeps and after lessons learned from our awesome debate watch party, Red Bamboo Brooklyn’s first floor will serve dinner from 8pm through midnight and the second floor and patio will be cleared of tables for folks to drink and hang out until the wee hours. We’ll also have DJs on the second floor throughout the night!!!
While most eyes around the world are on the Obama vs. Palin race, animal advocates also have the following candidate races and ballot measures to look out for:
- New York State animal protection leaders like Frank Padavan, Liz Krueger, Deborah Glick, and Linda Rosenthal.
- California – YES on Prop 2 to stop cruelty to farm animals
- Massachusetts – YES on Question 3 to phase out dog racing
- Arizona – NO on Prop 105 which would prevent future animal protection initiatives
- Oklahoma – NO on State Question 742 which would affect wildlife protection measures
- Oregon – NO on Measure 64 which would harm nonprofits like the Oregon Humane Society